Dolce & Gabbana have released a new, crisp, summery flanker to Dolce eau de parfum (2014) named Dolce Floral Drops eau de toilette...
The new eau de toilette prolongs the olfactory signature of the original composition.
Dolce Floral Drops has the rare beauty of a fresh, floral scent. The Eau de Toilette is inspired by the notes of Dolce Eau de Parfum, preserving its harmonious signature of white flowers, with a heart of White Amaryllis,
The scent opens on top notes of Neroli leaves and Papaya flower with a heart of White Amaryllis, White Daffodil and White Water Lily; the base rests on Cashmeran, Musks and Sandalwood.
The advertising campaign continues to be fronted by model Kate King who embodies an archetypal Sicilian maiden living in a traditional patriarchal society where passions as hot as the Vesuvio are held in check by stringent rules of society.
The two fashion designers are renowned for their attachment to an ideal vision of Sicilian mores, pure and intact like a Sicilian mother. This led them no doubt in part recently to brand in vitro babies, "synthetic babies", an unhappy expression which provoked furor over their callous remark. Elton John in particular took the hit hard. Since then, he's been spotted carrying a Dolce & Gabbana shopping bag so apparently forgiveness has prevailed. Maybe he bought the Dolce & Gabbana cologne for babies, both real and synthetic. Maybe they spoke too fast, influenced as they were by their fragrance-making where it's common to draw a distinction between "natural" and "synthetic".